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We have a wide range of fun and thought-provoking programs! You don’t need a library membership to register for most adult programs.

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Upcoming Events

Title:Anti-Racism Workshop (2 Part Series) with Maria Drueco of The Inclusion Journey
Date:Tuesday, November 29
Time:6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location:Forsyth Hall
Registration:Registration is required for this event.

Session 1: Tuesday November 15

Uncover the Bias Within to Build a More Inclusive and Just Society 

When we allow demeaning comments, stereotypes, or bias to go unchallenged, we are effectively endorsing them. Silence in the face of bigotry only serves to perpetuate it. We must speak up and stand up for what is right if we want to see a change in the way people think and behave. This hampers our ability to foster an inclusive society where everyone is welcomed, respected and valued for their uniqueness. However, many of us who want to speak up don't know how. So we stay silent. Session Objectives: · Understand the impact of stereotypes and bias statements, even when casually said · Identify the most common reasons people sit silently in the face of bias and stereotypes · Develop skills for speaking up against stereotypes without blame or guilt

Session 2: Tuesday November 29

Complicit Or Cooperator: How to become an Ally when Everyone Is Looking Away

When we remain silent in the face of disrespect or unacceptable behavior, we are all harmed. In this workshop, we will encourage and empower bystanders to use their voices as active Allies and Accomplices when they witness others being treated with disrespect.

Session Objectives:

· Understand the high cost of silent collusion

· Explore the power of bystander to make a difference

· Develop skills needed to become an effective ally and accomplice


Registration includes both Tuesday November 15 and  Tuesday November 29

Title:Tech Tips in 20
Date:Wednesday, November 30
Time:11:00am - 12:00pm
Categories:Adult, Seniors

Want to learn about SAPL’s eBooks, streaming movies, online courses and more? Have a question about your device? Want to explore a tech-related question? The same friendly faces that assist you at the Info desk will now be able to offer you 20 minute chunks of focused, uninterrupted help with your tech questions, and direct you to further learning resources.  
Tech Tips in 20 happens twice a month on Wednesdays, with three 20-minute spots available between 11 a.m. and noon on a first come, first served basis. Visit us in person at the Downtown Information Desk at 10:45 am on a scheduled Tech Tips in 20 day, to sign up for one of the spots.

Title:Conversation Café - Neighbourhood Network
Date:Thursday, December 1
Time:6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location:Training Room

Do you want to meet your neighbours, find more ways to connect with them, or just learn about cool neighbourhood initiatives happening in St. Albert? This group is all about building a sense of community in our neighbourhoods. Join us for conversation, connection and friendship. Drop-ins are welcome. For more information contact Angie Dedrick at adedrick@stalbert.ca